Nathaniel Greenbaum Gallery Two - Michigan

In his first photos of the second half, Badger Nation Photo Editor Nathaniel Greenbaum documents the Badgers holding on to beat No.13 Michigan 37-21, sending the Wisconsin seniors, and himself, off the Field Turf victorious for the final time.


Bret Bielema leads the Badgers onto the field for the second half against Michigan with UW leading 20-7.


Wisconsin could not have started off the second half worse, as a Michigan punt touched a Wisconsin defender, resulting in U-M Stevie Brown recovering the fumble.


Senior Paul Hubbard had a Senior Day to remember, catching a game-high seven passes for 134 yards.


Senior Tyler Donovan looks for an open receiver against the Wolverines.


Senior captain Ben Strickland watches fellow senior and roommate Paul Standring make a special team's tackle.


With the Badgers looking to be comfortably ahead, the Wolverines came back with 14-unanswered points, culminating with Adrian Arrington's 26-yard touchdown catch, to cut the UW lead to two.


Junior Jack Ikegwuonu delivered the dagger to Michigan, intercepting QB Ryan Mallett that prevented Michigan from taking the lead.


With Wisconsin needed to run time off the clock, the Badgers handed the ball off to Zach Brown.


Right tackle Kraig Urbik was the first guy to congratulate Brown on his six-yard touchdown run, pushing the UW lead to nine.


There were plenty of people to great Brown less than two minutes later, as his second touchdown finished off the Wolverines.


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